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According to Downtown Dallas, Inc., which promotes business and urban development in the area, downtown Big-D consists of the following neighborhoods: Main Street, The Arts District, Farmers Market, Baylor/Meadows, Bryan Place, Government/Convention Center, Reunion, The Cedars/South Side, Trinity/Design District, Victory Park, and the West End. For potential residents, each area has its own flavor, flair, and style. Just make sure to bring your checkbook.
Of course, downtown Dallas has been "under development" for about 50 years. Much of this attempt has been lampooned in the pages of the Dallas Observer. The trick for those wishing to actually live downtown is finding the right mix of retail, residential, and business to their liking. Expect to pay well north of $1,000 per month for anything downtown. But for those who can afford it, living in downtown Dallas can be a breathtaking experience.
For example, the Mercantile Place on Main, or The Merc, promotes everything that its residents can find within a five-block radius of the building, including private schools like First Baptist Academy or Pegasus Charter Schools; not to mention restaurant/hangouts like the Dallas Fish Market and Charlie Palmer. As of this writing, all of The Merc's penthouse apartments, up to $5,000 per month, were currently occupied. Other luxury apartments, like the Third Rail Lofts at 1407 Main St., are offering unusual move-in specials, like an original painting of your pet, for those who sign a 13 month lease.
According to the Office of Economic Development, "Downtown/Uptown Dallas is the metro area's largest employment center (134,000 jobs) and the focal point of the regional transit rail system, DART. The city is home to 31 light rail stations (43 by 2011). Dallas Love Field, just minutes from downtown provides 121 daily non-stop flights."
Visit the original Neiman Marcus store, which has been in the same downtown location for more than more than 100 years. Or do laps in the lap of luxury; the hotel Joule has a swimming pool that extends over the edge of the building, giving guests the opportunity to literally swim above the traffic. For nightfliers, there's PM Lounge and Plush. Bleary eyed residents can pick up groceries the next day at the Urban Market or Farmers Market.
Anyone searching for downtown Dallas apartments will have a wide selection of styles and themes to choose from: 1930s art deco, modern, faux Greco-Roman. There are more apartments in downtown Downtown Dallas than many other cities of similar sizes. Dallas apartments vary mostly in the types of amenities and floor plans that they offer.
Apartments in Downtown Dallas are tucked into every conceivable location. High-rises, penthouses, and lofts abound.
Needless to say, if you can afford to move to downtown Dallas and still require the services of umovefree.com, free apartment locators, you must have gotten wealthy by saving money. And that's very sophisticated, indeed.